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Arthur Ginsberg

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Arthur Ginsberg

Arthur Ginsberg (1912-1989), the American artist, is widely celebrated for his dynamic works of art. His works explore a myriad of artistic mediums, including painting, printmaking, sculpture, and photography. He is widely known for his abstract expressionist works composed with color fields and bold, geometric shapes. His works are often characterized by their striking imagery and energetic brush strokes. Ginsberg's most famous works include The Coal Mines of Pennsylvania (1953), The Nuclear Age (1956-1962), and The Garden of Eden (1960).

Colour, experimentation, emotionality, abstraction, sculpting, photography, post-war America.

Mei Wang

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